Thanks Peter but it didn't work, I didn't have a Office\11.0 ....just
Office\10 so I changed that to Old11 didn't work, so I changed Office10 to
Old10, no change. BTW I now have a 12 ;-) I guess it most be an install
number? Same result
E:\Pfiles\mso office\office\fpcutl.dll ;-(
"Peter Foldes" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schreef in bericht
With Office 2003 installed follow the below instructions to install FP 2000
after you receive the error that you posted.
1st Rename Office subkeys
Note: Removing the following registry keys may reset customized user
settings for your Microsoft Office programs.
1. Close all the applications.
2. Click on Start->Run, type in REGEDIT and click on OK.
3. Locate and select the following registry subkeys:
4. Right click on 11.0 and rename them to Old11.
5. Close the Registry Editor.
2nd. Detect and Repair Office 2003
1. On the Windows taskbar, click Start, point to and click Control Panel.
2. Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
3. Click Change/Remove Programs on the left pane.
4. Highlight Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 on the right pane
and click Change.
5. Insert the correct version of CD when it requires.
6. Select "Reinstall and Repair" and click Next.
7. Select "Detect and Repair errors in my Office installation".
8. Click Install and wait the process to end.
3rd. Install the Front Page 2000
Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.
"Graham" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I an trying to install FrontPage from my office 2000 onto Vista home
> premium, I have already installed office 2003, but this does not have
> FrontPage thus.
> It is missing E:\Pfiles\mso office\office\fpcutl.dll (I have fpcutl.dll
> ......\office10) .....
> Then I got a message saying I was missing Excel9.olb. So I removed Office
> 2003, and tried to install 2000, same thing. I have tried to install as
> administrator, no difference.
> I have been all around the net, so am I wasting my time trying to put
> 2000 onto Home Premium?